My Mother’s Kitchen — The Threshold of Heaven

Memories of the kitchen that set my mother free

Photo by Dane Deaner on Unsplash

Paradise Lost

My mother grew up in the 40’s and 50’s with a mother who was a full-time homemaker raising 5 children. My grandmother was a good cook, but she never let my mother (or any of her children) in her kitchen. She never taught my mother the art and craft of cooking…




People coming from different cultural backgrounds sharing seats at the table to dine, to laugh, to cook, to heal and most of all to share the stories of their unique journeys all over the world.

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Beth Bruno

Human learning to be human. Writing in hopes of getting there.

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